The Spatial Distribution of Inductive Capacities in the Neural Plate and Archenteron Roof of Urodeles

The Spatial Distribution of Inductive Capacities in the Neural Plate and Archenteron Roof of... THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF INDUCTIVE CAPACITIES IN THE NEURAL PLATE AND ARCHENTERON ROOF OF URODELES by J. A. LEUSSINK (Hubrecht Laboratory, Utrecht, The Netherlands) 2 3.5. The combination series ...... 35 3.5.1. Introductory remarks ...... 35 3.5.2. Material and methods ...... 36 3.5.3. Results ..... 37 3.6. The relation between the self-differentiation of the inductors and their inductive capacity ..... 40 4. Discussion ...... 42 4.1. The variability of the experimental results ..... 42 4.1.1. General remarks about sources of variation in the present study 42 4.1.2. Artificial activation .................. 44 4.1.3. Isolation errors ...... 46 4.2. The basic assumptions of the present study ..... 47 4.3. The differentiation of the inductors ...... 49 4.3.1. The differentiation of the areas of the neural plate used as in- ductor ........................ 49 4.3.2. The differentiation of the areas of the archenteron roof used as inductor...... 51 4.4. The activation phase of the neural induction process ..... 53 4.5. The transformation phase of the neural induction process ..... 62 4.6. Comparison of the activation and transformation fields in the open neural plate stage neurula................... 66 4.7. General considerations .................... 67 4.7.1. The normal neural induction process ...... 67 4.7.2. Homoeogenetic induction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology) Brill

The Spatial Distribution of Inductive Capacities in the Neural Plate and Archenteron Roof of Urodeles

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Brill
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© 1969 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0028-2960
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1568-542X
DOI
10.1163/002829670X00079
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Abstract

THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF INDUCTIVE CAPACITIES IN THE NEURAL PLATE AND ARCHENTERON ROOF OF URODELES by J. A. LEUSSINK (Hubrecht Laboratory, Utrecht, The Netherlands) 2 3.5. The combination series ...... 35 3.5.1. Introductory remarks ...... 35 3.5.2. Material and methods ...... 36 3.5.3. Results ..... 37 3.6. The relation between the self-differentiation of the inductors and their inductive capacity ..... 40 4. Discussion ...... 42 4.1. The variability of the experimental results ..... 42 4.1.1. General remarks about sources of variation in the present study 42 4.1.2. Artificial activation .................. 44 4.1.3. Isolation errors ...... 46 4.2. The basic assumptions of the present study ..... 47 4.3. The differentiation of the inductors ...... 49 4.3.1. The differentiation of the areas of the neural plate used as in- ductor ........................ 49 4.3.2. The differentiation of the areas of the archenteron roof used as inductor...... 51 4.4. The activation phase of the neural induction process ..... 53 4.5. The transformation phase of the neural induction process ..... 62 4.6. Comparison of the activation and transformation fields in the open neural plate stage neurula................... 66 4.7. General considerations .................... 67 4.7.1. The normal neural induction process ...... 67 4.7.2. Homoeogenetic induction

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Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology)Brill

Published: Jan 1, 1969

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